FOR THE LOUISIANA AUCTIONEER'S
LICENSING BOARD (LALB)
BY BOARD MEMBER
LAPA began audiotaping and videotaping LALB meetings on August 2, 2010. Accordingly, LAPA has no recorded evidence of embarrassments before that date.
Board Member JEFF HENDERSON has served on the LALB from: March 1, 2013 to present.
November 5, 2014
Upon finding out that Brant Thompson, son of Louisiana State Senator Francis
Thompson (D-Delhi), succeeded in obtaining a bond payment for his alleged losses entailing
deceased auctioneer Bruce Miller, Judy Fasola expresses her frustrations with the LALB. Those frustrations entail
Ms. Fasola asserting that she was victimized by notoriously-problematic auctioneer Ken Buhler and his father, Mac.
Specifically, Ms. Fasola was frustrated that LALB attorney Anna Dow, after having her jump through all of the hoops to file
a bond claim, reversed course and refused to file a claim for her. During her presentation, Ms. Fasola managed
to catch the LALB members in one contradiction after another as evidenced by the historical
LALB video excerpts merged into the above video clip.
January 15, 2014
LAPA President Rev. Freddie Lee Phillips has to REPEATEDLY request that AUCTIONEERS James Sims (LALB Vice Chairman)
and Jeff Henderson (owner of J. A. H. Enterprises, a firm which was sued by the LA Department of Revenue for alleged
nonpayment of sales taxes), speak up so audience members can hear what they're saying. As a result, Rev. Phillips
is escorted out into the hallway by LALB Security Officer (EBRP Sheriff Deputy Ronald Landry) and read the riot
act for having the audacity to express his right to hear LALB deliberations!!
November 15, 2007
Louisiana Department of Revenue files this lawsuit for alleged nonpayment of sales taxes against Mr. Henderson's company, JAH Enterprises d/b/a Henderson Auctions. A review of the lawsuit file conducted by LAPA on February 25, 2014 showed that the LA Revenue Department filed a Motion for Summary Judgment (means they assert no issue of material fact exists and the Department therefore seeks a court-ordered judgment in its favor without the need for a trial). J. A. H. Enterprises filed this Memorandum Opposing the Department's Summary Judgment Motion. As of 2/25/14, the file did not indicate whether the Motion for Summary Judgment, which was scheduled for January 13, 2014, was granted or denied. If granted, presumably a Judgment will soon be filed into the record. If denied, the litigation remains outstanding.
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